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Giant Slalom, Women

Date24 February 1994
StatusOlympic
LocationHafjell Alpinsenter, Øyer
Participants47 from 19 countries
FormatTwo runs, total time determined placement.
Course Setter (Run 1)Filip GartnerSLO
Course Setter (Run 2)Wolfgang MaierGER
Venue detailsGates: 53 / 52
Length: ?
Start Altitude: 645 m
Vertical Drop: 387 m

The three favorites were Carole Merle (FRA), 1992 and 1993 World Cup champion, Anita Wachter (AUT), leading the 1993-94 World Cup in the GS, and Deborah Compagnoni (ITA), who had won a gold medal in the 1992 super-G. Compagnoni opened a big lead on the first run, with Wachter third, and Merle in sixth place. Compagnoni cemented the gold medal by also winning the second run, for a dominating victory. Wachter and Merle finished in a tie for fourth on the second run, but it was enough to drop them out of the medals. The silver and bronze went to the second and third finishers on the second run, Martina Ertl (GER) and Vreni Schneider (SUI). Compagnoni would defend her gold medal in 1998, becoming the first Alpine skier to win gold medals at three Winter Olympics.

PosNrSkierNOCTimeRun 1Run 2
114Deborah CompagnoniITA2:30.971:20.37 (1)1:10.60 (1)Gold
212Martina ErtlGER2:32.191:21.34 (5)1:10.85 (2)Silver
38Vreni SchneiderSUI2:32.971:21.29 (4)1:11.68 (3)Bronze
415Anita WachterAUT2:33.061:21.18 (3)1:11.88 (=4)
59Carole MerleFRA2:33.441:21.56 (6)1:11.88 (=4)
613Eva TwardokensUSA2:34.411:22.12 (12)1:12.29 (7)
720Lara MagoniITA2:34.671:21.85 (10)1:12.82 (8)
811Marianne KjørstadNOR2:34.791:21.81 (9)1:12.98 (10)
97Heidi Zeller-BählerSUI2:35.141:23.14 (19)1:12.00 (6)
1010Christina Meier-HöckGER2:35.221:22.02 (11)1:13.20 (11)
1130Birgit HeebLIE2:36.091:22.58 (13)1:13.51 (17)
1222Špela PretnarSLO2:36.111:22.81 (15)1:13.30 (12)
1324Anne-Lise ParisienUSA2:36.441:23.55 (24)1:12.89 (9)
141Sylvia EderAUT2:36.481:23.03 (17)1:13.45 (16)
153Sabina PanzaniniITA2:36.531:22.94 (16)1:13.59 (19)
1626Karin RotenSUI2:36.551:23.22 (20)1:13.33 (=14)
1731Ainhoa IbarraESP2:36.671:23.36 (21)1:13.31 (13)
1818Régine CavagnoudFRA2:36.781:23.45 (23)1:13.33 (=14)
1935Trine BakkeNOR2:37.181:23.63 (26)1:13.55 (18)
2016Urška HrovatSLO2:38.161:23.61 (25)1:14.55 (20)
2139María José RiendaESP2:39.451:24.62 (29)1:14.83 (21)
2244Mónica BoschESP2:41.231:25.62 (31)1:15.61 (22)
2346Ásta HalldórsdóttirISL2:44.201:28.02 (34)1:16.18 (23)
2443Zali SteggallAUS2:46.141:28.68 (35)1:17.46 (24)
AC28Hilde GergGER1:21.00 (2)– (AC)DNF
AC2Katja SeizingerGER1:21.62 (7)– (AC)DNF
AC27Corinne Rey-BelletSUI1:21.71 (8)– (AC)DNF
AC19Alenka DovžanSLO1:22.66 (14)– (AC)DNF
AC4Heidi VoelkerUSA1:23.08 (18)– (AC)DNF
AC21Caroline Gedde-DahlNOR1:23.42 (22)– (AC)DNF
AC6Leïla PiccardFRA1:24.58 (28)– (AC)DNF
AC36Mélanie TurgeonCAN1:25.10 (30)– (AC)DNF
AC40Vicky GrauAND1:26.05 (32)– (AC)DNF
AC25Diann Roffe-SteinrotterUSA1:23.99 (27)– (DNS)DNF
AC47Olha LohinovaUKR1:26.78 (33)– (DNS)DNF
AC5Pernilla WibergSWE– (AC)DNF
AC17Morena GallizioITA– (AC)DNF
AC23Sophie Lefranc-DuvillardFRA– (AC)DNF
AC29Kristina AnderssonSWE– (AC)DNF
AC32Ylva NowénSWE– (AC)DNF
AC33Katja KorenSLO– (AC)DNF
AC34Alexandra MeissnitzerAUT– (AC)DNF
AC37Erika HanssonSWE– (AC)DNF
AC41Caroline PoussierAND– (AC)DNF
AC42Emma Carrick-AndersonGBR– (AC)DNF
AC49Nataliya BugaRUS– (AC)DNF
AC52Éva KochHUN– (AC)DNF
DNS45Emi KawabataJPN– (DNS)
DNS38Fumiyo UemuraJPN– (DNS)
DNS51Cornelia CataROU– (DNS)
DNS50Yuliya KuzminaRUS– (DNS)
DNS48Varvara ZelenskayaRUS– (DNS)